Charlottes Little Sister opens at Australian Technology Park
The latest addition to the Charlotte’s Caf family, Charlotte’s Little Sister ATP, has opened at the Australian Technology Park, in Eveleigh, Sydney.
The new caf joins four existing locations: the original Charlotte’s caf, Birchgrove; Charlotte’s Little Sister, Harris Farm Manly; Charlotte’s Little Sister Pennant Hills Marketplace; and Baby Charlotte, Harris Farm Mosman.
Founder Jason Gheber said “The support and response we have received since conception is overwhelming, and we hope to create a social hub for those working and hanging out in the area.”
Created by collaborative team Rob Clarson (ex-Sugar & Spoon and with ties to Gordon Ramsay) and Jimmy Mathers (ex-Pavel & Co and Pony Dining), the menu has been designed to showcase slow cooked rotisserie meats with a range of sauces, accompanied by salads and organic bread.
The breakfast menu has been designed to eat on-the-run with dishes including fruit salad with paleo crunch and coconut yogurt, and a BBQ bacon and egg roll featuring thick-cut smoked bacon, two free range eggs, and smokey BBQ sauce on a freshly baked roll.
The rotisserie meats feature on the lunch menu with fennel rubbed, eight hour cooked grain fed pork belly with crispy crackling, South American slaw, brown rice, jus or salsa criolla, and a burger with the same rotisserie pork, apple, Szechuan pepper puree, five spice BBQ sauce, carrot, red cabbage, red onion and parsley.
Charlotte’s signature dishes, like the house-made falafel roll with eggplant puree, cucumber yogurt, carrot, cos lettuce, shallots and parsley; the grass fed Za’atar Lamb shoulder roll; and sides like spiced cauliflower and eggplant salad with pickled currants, kale, coriander, mind, almonds and Mama’s tahini, will also be on offer.
As with the sister cafs, coffee will be supplied by Campos Coffee.
“What’s exciting about this venue is that it brings a breath of fresh air to the iconic ATP site. Jason and his team have managed to combine great coffee and great food into a great space,” said Rafael Bartowski, director Campos Coffee.
Plans for the future include a full catering service, event space and the introduction of a bar menu which will feature a range of cocktails and a variety of boutique beers and wines by the glass.
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